The Year of the Flood - Saint Rachel and All Birds Summary & Analysis

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Saint Rachel and All Birds, Year 25 Of the Gifts of Saint Rachel; and of the Freedom of the Spirit, Spoken by Adam One:

The Gardeners rejoice in the new world they find. They have been privileged to witness the rebirth of the world. Three new people have joined their group: Melinda, Darren, and Quill. Each escaped the Waterless Flood because they were isolated.

The Gardeners are now in a Happicuppa franchise. Adam One remembers the Happicuppa protests and says that Happicuppa was the biggest threat to birds in our time. In earlier times it had been DDT, which Rachel Carson campaigned to ban. Adam One believes that with the Waterless Flood the rainforest can now recover. He ends his speech with a call for a song.

When God Shall His Bright Wings Unfold:

From the God’s Gardeners Oral Hymnbook...

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